Rusthuiz Guest House
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Grapes harvested from three separate vineyards early in the morning and kept cold overnight. Whole-bunch pressing is used to limit the amount of soluble solids as no settling enzymes are used. Spontaneous fermentation in tank where the wine is held for a month and then aged for six months in old 300l barrels.
Pale and clear. Crisp grassy nose. Smooth, textured and soft with both citrus and green apple on the palate.
... entertainment for the tourists. Before our meal we got a drumming lesson, and surprisingly, no one from our group sucked. Anthony was so inspired by the experience that he immediately purchased a bongo drum to take back with him. We had a nice meal and then retired to our hotel rooms for our last night in South Africa. ...
... a winery near our guesthouse to eat. Some kid came up to us during lunch and asked if we were American. When we confirmed that we were, she said that she could tell by our accent because her mother is from Atlanta and she often visits her aunts and uncles in Georgia. Her mother then came to "rescue" us from her daughter, and we ended up having a wonderful conversation about South Carolina and Georgia for a while. The mother had married ...
... Hoek has a shallow beach, so great for families. It is also famous for being a dry town.
Simons Town which was named for the second governor of Cape Town. It used to be the home for the Royal British Navy. There is a ship wrecked submarine visible on the coast.
We stopped at Boulders Park to see the African or Jackass Penguins. Some of them were moulting. Most of them we just hanging out but, a few were fighting over the rights ...
... daypack. Fortunately jackals aren't hoarders, so after Mr. Jackal ate my apple and lip gloss and chewed through my daypack, nylon jacket, and binocular case, he considerately discarded the now bedraggled pack and remaining goods by the entrance to the watering hole, where we found it the next morning. I have now learned to ensure that my tent is zipped at the top and not the bottom!
The land we had been travelling through was flat savannah land, but our next ...